Any insight on parameters to take into consideration when choosing a bandwidth?
Thanks. I probably should have offered a bit more context. Normally, bandwidth impacts how fast a sensor can respond to rapid changes in what you are measuring (related to jerk rate) and also impacts how much noise will be in your measurement. The wider the bandwidth, the higher the noise and the faster the response is. vice versa. Does that help?
Bandwidth represents a trade-off between noise and responsiveness, so a bit more detail into what this relates to could help. I realize that we have had other conversations online, but when we try to remember the details of 100s of different discussions, the quality of our work suffers. So, we hope that you don't mind listing a bit more context with this questions.
Sure, I will be measuring accelerations within +/- 2 m/s/s, jerk +/- 3 m/s/s/s, for periods smaller than 300 s. On the signal I would be expecting vibrations on the sensing axis smaller than or equal to 0.05g rms.
Please let me know if you require further information.
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